Volunteer - GET INVOLVED!
Show Nevada's Parks and Trails Love
Volunteers who give their service to our community's parks and trails are the heart of our organization. They help keep Nevada’s urban trails, community landscapes and local parks beautiful and our volunteer programs active. More importantly, they share their skills, contribute their time, and enhance our lives.
Your service through volunteer time always makes a difference.
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and in consideration of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and State of Nevada guidance, Get Outdoors Nevada staff had paused in-person volunteer and educational service events. We are now in the process of planning to host limited events following health and safety recommendations by the CDC and the Governor’s office.
Please stay tuned for updated information as it becomes available. Until we see you again, please take care, stay healthy, and Get Outdoors!
Find Your Perfect Match...
Join us at a Volunteer Event
Get Outdoors Nevada’s volunteer programs provides opportunities to join us with events from September through June.
Organize Your Own group event
Get Outdoors Nevada’s volunteer team are here to work with your organization to create transformative projects make an impact on the community.
It's a Regional Program!
Get Outdoors Nevada is a proud partner of Southern Nevada Strong, the valley’s regional plan to create and sustain neighborhoods.
Did you Know?
Volunteers make a huge contribution to the community - in hours and value. View some statistics...
Did You Know?
Many people choose to volunteer and together they make a big difference!
Nature Ambassador Program
Get Outdoors Nevada
is proud to host the
Nature Ambassador Program.
As a Nature Ambassador, volunteers will assist staff connect youth to nature through a variety of efforts. Volunteers must be over 16 years of age, able to travel to program locations, and able to volunteer four hours a month.
Volunteer efforts may include planting and maintenance of Native Habitat gardens; Mojave Max Tortoise Talks; helping with photography, social media, or evaluation research; or assisting with interpretive tabling displays, classroom programs, or field trips to public lands and museums.